The windows have been left open

It’s been 2 1/2 weeks since baby Ameena joined our family and we became a home  of 5 (although technically a family of  6 with Carla, our grown foster daughter who is now on her own). Eli and Lucy both adore their little sister and haven’t displayed a shred of jealously, or meanness , or anger……towards [...]

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Uh, if you get any more awesome…

Africa is a long way away from the States, and if you’ve looked at plane fare costs, you know it’s no small feat to undertake a trip here. That’s why we’ve been SOOO incredibly thankful for those of you who have made the sacrifice financially and have emotionally and physically undertaken the trek to visit us [...]

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A week (or more) in review

It’s been a while since an update &  I know some of you were going to start leaving comments that this blog was on it’s way to blahg.   Baby Ameena is now 2 weeks and 2 days new.  She  is a sweet baby who generally only fusses when she is hungry (quite often) and for a good 3 hours [...]

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A teaser:

Ok, you can say it’s mean, but at  least I am getting something on here! To say that my body is not my own these last 2 days is an understatement.  I’m pretty sure most of you know what I’m talking about.  Donna Gray, you would simply DIE if you saw how tight and almost [...]

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Re-visiting some projects….

It’s been a long  time since I’ve talked about this family. Mostly because there hasn’t been anything to say, until now. Last September, I wrote about the boy who stole my heart:  Since September, and the failed attempt to get acceptance for Halake into the special school in Kasarani, we had another failed attempt at [...]

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